Agile Governance for Creative Economy 4.0
This Briefing Paper examines agile policy development approaches that can help countries in the ASEAN region and beyond unleash the full potential of the Fourth Industrial Revolution for ...
To address the speed and impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, legislators and regulators increasingly rely on agile and multistakeholder efforts to ensure governance is adaptive, human-centred, inclusive and sustainable. A set of agile governance tools (for example, regulatory sandbox, crowdlaw, industry standards, outcome-based regulation) are quickly becoming elements in the toolbox of policy-makers to maximize the benefits of science and technology for society. The Global Future Council on Agile Governance in the 2018-2019 term focused on providing guidance on the best agile governance tools for addressing different policy questions. In the 2019-2020 term, the council will build on this work and create a platform for communities of practitioners of these agile governance tools to share best practice, expand the use of these tools and push their boundaries.
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Jaee Samant, Director-General, Market Frameworks, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy of the United Kingdom
Lisa Witter, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Apolitical, Germany
· Kris Broekaert, C4IR Government Affairs Lead, Kris.Broekaert@weforum.org
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